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International Construction Magazine January-February 2014 Back Issue

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NEWS
A dispute has arisen between the Panama Canal Authority and he contracting consortium over US$ 1.6 billion in cost overruns.

BUSINESS
Amec has made a US$ 3.2 billion cash and shares offer to acquire Foster Wheeler.

WWW.KHL.COM
President of Chinese construction equipment manufacturer Liugong doesn’t hold back in one of the latest additions to the Video Zone.

ICEF
This year’s International Construction Economic Forum will take place in London with a full, but more streamlined programme.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
Growth support policies are helping to drive the Chinese construction sector, but care will be needed not to repeat the mistakes of the past.

REGIONAL REPORT
The coming years in China are expected to be characterised by a slowdown in demand and a change in strategy when it comes to construction.

CONEXPO SHOW GUIDE
March’s ConExpo-Con/Agg exhibition is expected to welcome some 130,000 visitors, and the Las Vegas show will see the launch of plenty of new machines.

COMPACT EQUIPMENT
New emission laws have prompted a rush of new compact equipment launches, particularly skid steer and compact tracked loaders. Better fuel efficiency, more powerful performance and new features are hall marks of these new machines.

DRILLING
New technology and new applications are pushing the boundaries in the drilling sector.

EQUIPMENT
A review of Intermat Middle East along with CEO interviews with Matti Kähkönen of Metso and Björn Ingemanson of Volvo Penta.
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January-February 2014 NEWS A dispute has arisen between the Panama Canal Authority and he contracting consortium over US$ 1.6 billion in cost overruns. BUSINESS Amec has made a US$ 3.2 billion cash and shares offer to acquire Foster Wheeler. WWW.KHL.COM President of Chinese construction equipment manufacturer Liugong doesn’t hold back in one of the latest additions to the Video Zone. ICEF This year’s International Construction Economic Forum will take place in London with a full, but more streamlined programme. ECONOMIC OUTLOOK Growth support policies are helping to drive the Chinese construction sector, but care will be needed not to repeat the mistakes of the past. REGIONAL REPORT The coming years in China are expected to be characterised by a slowdown in demand and a change in strategy when it comes to construction. CONEXPO SHOW GUIDE March’s ConExpo-Con/Agg exhibition is expected to welcome some 130,000 visitors, and the Las Vegas show will see the launch of plenty of new machines. COMPACT EQUIPMENT New emission laws have prompted a rush of new compact equipment launches, particularly skid steer and compact tracked loaders. Better fuel efficiency, more powerful performance and new features are hall marks of these new machines. DRILLING New technology and new applications are pushing the boundaries in the drilling sector. EQUIPMENT A review of Intermat Middle East along with CEO interviews with Matti Kähkönen of Metso and Björn Ingemanson of Volvo Penta.


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International Construction  |  January-February 2014  


NEWS
A dispute has arisen between the Panama Canal Authority and he contracting consortium over US$ 1.6 billion in cost overruns.

BUSINESS
Amec has made a US$ 3.2 billion cash and shares offer to acquire Foster Wheeler.

WWW.KHL.COM
President of Chinese construction equipment manufacturer Liugong doesn’t hold back in one of the latest additions to the Video Zone.

ICEF
This year’s International Construction Economic Forum will take place in London with a full, but more streamlined programme.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
Growth support policies are helping to drive the Chinese construction sector, but care will be needed not to repeat the mistakes of the past.

REGIONAL REPORT
The coming years in China are expected to be characterised by a slowdown in demand and a change in strategy when it comes to construction.

CONEXPO SHOW GUIDE
March’s ConExpo-Con/Agg exhibition is expected to welcome some 130,000 visitors, and the Las Vegas show will see the launch of plenty of new machines.

COMPACT EQUIPMENT
New emission laws have prompted a rush of new compact equipment launches, particularly skid steer and compact tracked loaders. Better fuel efficiency, more powerful performance and new features are hall marks of these new machines.

DRILLING
New technology and new applications are pushing the boundaries in the drilling sector.

EQUIPMENT
A review of Intermat Middle East along with CEO interviews with Matti Kähkönen of Metso and Björn Ingemanson of Volvo Penta.
read more read less
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